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Graphic Experiments Amid Covid-19
January 14, 2021The winter strikes. The night falls. A blurry window, a keyhole looking out. The cold, desolate street with just one sigh left among the quivering trees. The hellish plague affrights us. Impelling us to choose between the loneliness indoors and the pestilence of outdoors.— Justino Lourenço.
A Photographic Diary From the Yerevan Apt. During Our First COVID Lockdown
December 22, 2020This is a digital reprint of an essay originally published in Monochrome 1. 20 — a community photography magazine by Analog. Cafe. You can read it along with 13 more authors’ works on paper, the way they were intended to be. Get your copy of Monochrome here and support our charitable cause.— sanyokot.0n9g.
A Slice of the Countryside
Experiencing the Pandemic Onset in São Paulo, Brazil.
December 15, 2020My name is Marina Leal; I’m a 23-year-old Brazilian, nearing the end of my International Relations studies. Recently, I’ve been trying to find my way in the political art space. When they first declared the lockdown here in my city, Bauru, in the countryside of São Paulo, Brazil, I ran to an old store downtown to buy what would be a very important film roll for me.— marina_guarreschi.
A Series of Images Shot While Living in the Swedish Countryside
December 1, 2020Since it’s my first submission to Analog. Cafe, I think it would be polite to introduce myself:Olá, my name is Mariah Peixoto; I am 26 years old. I am from São Paulo, Brazil. Photography is a hobby and a passion of mine, rather than a source of income.— mariah.peixoto.
November 26, 2020We didn’t know anyone in our neighbourhood, located just south of Southern Avenue, just west of Mill, when we moved in. When I told a friend who lives a mile north of here where we’d moved, she smirked, “Our neighbours call that So-So. ”I learned the ten blocks that make up “Tempe Gardens 2” by walking them, carrying, back then, our infant daughter and now, five years later, our infant son.— Jason Bruner.
Film and Vintage Clothes for Digital Natives in South Korea
November 17, 2020Digital natives, millennials, or the N-po generation in South Korea aren’t as comfortable with modern gadgetry as one may think. We like old stuff and wistfully wonder about the days before the internet-enabled toasters. Some say we’re pretentious. And we may look the part with our baggy pants, plaid shirts, and film cameras.— Sa-eh Kim.
Sharing Time, Spaces, Food, and Emotions During the 2020 Lockdowns in Italy
October 21, 2020Condividere, v. : to share/divide amongst others (Italian). When a word is repeated too often, it loses its meaning — as noted by the famous Italian filmmaker, Federico Fellini. In the context of social networks, sharing takes on the meaning of an obsessive broadcasting of daily routines.— lorenzo.stolfi.
Europe’s “Flashing Eyes” on Film
My Mementos From 8 European Cities on 35mm
September 30, 2020Artists love Hugh Laurie for his craft and his profound take on life. The English actor-comedian once tweeted about his travels,It bothers me how quickly I can fall in love with a city. I swear my vows, and then another city comes along and flashes its eyes.— Abhijeet Dangat.
Daydreams in Lockdown
A Photographic Journey From the Windowsill to the Streets of London
September 21, 2020The light has sunk into the earth The image of Darkening of the Light Thus does the superior man live with the great mass He veils his light, yet still shines. — Hexagram 36, “I Ching or Book of Changes. ” “Wow, yours is a photographer’s fridge! ” a friend of mine said loudly from the kitchen when he went to get milk for the coffees.— Danilo Leonardi.
Rapid Eye Movement
September 7, 2020Do our dreams work as some sort of defragmentation? How does this random reconstruction of images and information visualize so many discordant elements in such a significant way? I have always been intrigued by the influence of dreams and all the surrealistic projections of our subconscious.— Lefteris Paraskevaidis.